Just like in our earlier blog post on targeted attacks previously reported to have originated from North Korea, we aim to demystify some common beliefs.
The North Korean internet space consists of four class C IP ranges (1,024 IP addresses in total) connected to the internet via an upstream provider in China.
The internet is thought to be tightly controlled in the country, which could make one think that systems within such a network can’t be compromised.
How could spam bots controlled by foreign criminal actors be active in North Korea for over a year?
We have expert bloggers and articles covering the steps you’ll take, questions, date ideas, conversation tips and much more to help you along the way.